Water Treatment Monitoring Solutions

 Data-Command Info-Portal™ provides a powerful cloud-based extension to water treatment plants and water distribution systems. Our customers are able to monitor and manage their systems and equipment through our secure Data-Command Info-Portal™ from any internet connection, via a PC or mobile device. Additionally, they will receive alerts should any levels rise or fall beyond set parameters.


To do this, our solution sends information to a cloud-based data center in a secure, reliable, cost effective way. The end result: reduce the number of EPA violations and equipment downtime.

Mobile Water Treatment and Distribution Monitoring

At any time, users can easily view a set of informative displays, alerts, reports, and trends. These displays are customized to show vital pump information, in a way that is simple to navigate.

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Mobile Access

Allows fewer people to do more. Reduced management requirements enable small teams to handle expanding projects, while still monitoring key lift station metrics:

    • Raw Water & Effluent Flow Rates
    • Effluent Water Quality (pH, Chlorine mg/L, Turbidity)
    • Clearwell management
    • Chemical System Monitoring
    • Pump Run hours, Cycle Counts
  • Power failure, Generator Status

Save money. Smaller teams, reduced travel time and costs, save municipalities considerable budget space on new projects and upgrades.

    • Eliminate avoidable EPA fines
    • Get rid of expensive leased line
    • Eliminate unnecessary trips to Tanks and Booster Stations
  • Greatly reduced administration time

About Water Treatment and Distribution

The United States benefits from one of the best water treatment and distribution systems in the world. However, with the aging infrastructure, such as water treatment plants, booster stations, reservoirs, pipes, and storage tanks, this industry now faces a significant challenge in maintaining and advancing their achievements in the protection of public health.

The first line of defense in maintaining our aging infrastructure are the professionals who monitor water treatment systems daily. To do this they often utilize outdated monitoring systems such as alarm dialers, and traditional SCADA systems. Recently, cloud-based technology has made substantial improvements to these systems, that result in more efficient monitoring and more economical upkeep.

Receive and Acknowledge Alerts via Text, Voice Call, or Email:

Product Features Also Include:

    • Use any internet connection (i.e. Cellular, DSL, Cable, Satellite)
    • Personalized support
    • Easy reporting
  • Free updates

Mobile Dashboards

Our Data-Command Info-Portal™ dashboards are customized to user specifications. This provides high quality visualizations of how water treatment and distribution facilities are performing as a whole. This also allows water treatment facilities to monitor and control assets such as pump stations, storage tanks, and water towers 24/7.

Transmitting from these sites to our servers using cellular or Ethernet technology enables users to easily check locations using any internet connection, via a PC or mobile device.

Water treatment personnel can easily view system data at any time by logging into the Data-Command Info-Portal™. Customized displays, alerts, reports, and trends present information in a clear and concise format. 

Our Hardware & Software Solutions

The depth of our hardware and software products is what differentiates us from our competitors. By enabling our clients to connect just about any piece of equipment, to our cloud-based servers, we are able to give them increased access to a wider range of information.  This ultimately gives our users remote access and control of their system. We can utilize cost effective connections such as cellular, satellite, DSL, and cable to reach practically any equipment, anywhere you may have it. 


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